While there are many things you can do yourself to aid your body in processing and removing toxic chemicals, you may also wish to get some professional help, in fact, if you really want to thoroughly detox your body, get professional help.
Professionals have products and techniques available that are not accessible to the general consumer. Some of these are more powerful and effective and thus require supervision.
But also, and most importantly, professionals have knowledge and experience and can guide you through the experience successfully.
If you want professional assistance handling the effects of toxic exposures, look for:
A Naturopathic Doctor
Naturopathic doctors use diet, exercise, lifestyle changes and cutting edge natural therapies along with modern medical science to restore health.
A doctor who practices Environmental Medicine
Doctors who practice environmental medicine are medical professionals who treat illnesses that are related to toxic chemical exposures.
A doctor who practices Functional Medicine
Doctors who practice functional medicine deal with primary prevention and underlying causes of illness instead of symptoms. They examine core clinical imbalances that underlie various disease conditions, which arise as environmental inputs such as diet, nutrients (including air and water), exercise, and traumas are processed by one’s body, mind, and spirit.
A doctor who practices Anti-aging Medicine
Anti-aging doctors use advanced scientific and medical technologies are used for the early detection, prevention, treatment, and reversal of age-related diseases and prolong the healthy lifespan in humans.
A Certified Clinical Nutritionist
A Certified Cliniical Nutritionist uses nutrition to achieve normal physiological function
Doctors of chiropractic focus on disorders of the musculoskeletal system and the nervous system, and the effects of these disorders on general health. However, many also offer other complementary natural remedies including nutrition and detoxification.
A Biologic Dentist
Biologic dentists work closely with other healthcare professionals—nutritionists, chiropractors, bodyworkers, naturopaths, and environmental doctors—to reduce the toxic burden to the body as a result of toxic materials used in dental work.
Of course, not all doctors within these specialties will be familiar with toxic chemical exposure and body detoxification, but this is where you will find the doctors and practitioners that are.